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PRIMARY SOURCES

ON COPYRIGHT

(1450-1900)

Resolution on Compliance with Book Deposit Regulations and Notice against the Printing of Books under the names of Professors at the University of Leyden, The Hague (1728)

Source: Koninklijke Bibliotheek, KW 402 A 115

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Resolution on Compliance with Book Deposit Regulations and Notice against the Printing of Books under the names of Professors at the University of Leyden, The Hague (1728), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer, www.copyrighthistory.org

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Friday the 30th of April 1728.

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[IN THE MARGIN: Supplement of the Resolution of 5 December 1679, concerning the deposit of a Copy of Books &c., with Patent to]

THE Pensionary Visscher has reported to the Meeting on the considerations and advice of the Lords Delegates of her Noble High Mightiness, pursuant to, and in satisfaction of, the same commissarial Resolution of 13th March last, having examined the Missive of the Curators of the nation's University in Leyden, and Mayors of the same City, written there on 1st February prior to it, containing complaints about the failure of Printers and Booktraders to deliver copies of the Books, printed with Patent, in the

    


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Vrydag den 30 April 1728.

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[IN DE KANTLIJN: Ampliatie van de Resolutie van 5 December 1679, raakende het leeveren van een Exemplaar der Boeken &c., met Octroy aan]

DE Heer Pensionaris Visscher heeft ter Vergadering gerapporteert de consideratien en het advis van de Heeren haar Edele Groot Mog. Gecommitteerden, in gevolge en ter voldoening van der selver Resolutie commissoriaal van den 13 Maart jongstleede, ge-examineert hebbende de Missive van de Curateuren van 's Lands Universiteyt te Leyden, en Burgermeesteren der selver Stad, geschreeven aldaar den 1 February daar bevoorens, houdende klagten over de nalaatigheid der Drukkers en Boekhandelaars in het leeveren der Exemplaaren van de Boeken, met Octroy gedrukt, in de


    


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